DE - JAC
Cassius Marsh recorded one solo tackle, one tackle for loss, and one sack in the San Francisco 49ers' destruction by the Los Angeles Rams.
Marsh had a sack in his second straight game, but don't expect it to continue. Despite the huge opportunity he has every week, he's just not that talented.
DE Cassius Marsh recorded three solo tackles, one assisted tackle, one sack, and one tackle for loss in the San Francisco 49ers' Week 5 matchup against the Arizona Cardinals.
Despite being San Francisco's primary edge rusher, this was Marsh's first sack on the year. Notably, no other 49ers defender recorded a sack in this game. Through five weeks, Marsh has seven solo tackles, three assisted tackles, and one sack. Nothing to see here.
Rookie DL Cassius Marsh participated in the short, walk-through practice after his MRI showed no damage may be able to play tomorrow night.
This is an absolute best-case scenario for the impressive rookie out of USC. While chances are Marsh will not play in tonight's preseason action, he still has a shot to be a key contributor to Seattle's impressive defense in 2014.
Rookie 4th rounder Cassius Marsh left practice early, and will have an MRI on his knee.
With this set-back, Marsh joins a long list of Seahawk rookies missing practice with injury. This is a blow to the vaunted depth of the Seahawks defensive line, as Marsh had been impressing in camp. During the 1st preseason game, Marsh recorded 4 tackles and a sack, and barely missed a 2nd sack. The Seahawks defense will miss the DE/DT hybrid.
Cassius Marsh got tangled up on a running drill during Wednesday's practice. The News Tribune's Gregg Bell says "it didn't look good." Marsh will have an MRI on the knee this week to determine the severity of the injury.
Already standing out throughout training camp, Marsh showed up when the lights went on in Denver for the Seahawks first preseason game. Collecting Seattle's only sack, barely missing another and consistently getting in the Denver backfield, Marsh flashed an ability to shed lineman with a high motor and advanced hand techniques he's acquired by participating in MMA training during the offseason. Marsh may present deep-sleeper, pass rushing IDP value in 2014 if this injury proves to be minor. A major setback would also likely derail any Dynasty talk as well. This is a situation worth monitoring.